Snowshoeing is allowed throughout the Clark County Forest. Clark County has over 160 miles of trails, plus logging access trails and hunter trails that allow snowshoeing at various skill levels.
The Levis/Trow Mound Recreation Area consists of 24 miles of backcountry snowshoeing trails, ranging in skill level from easy to most difficult. Some trails are very steep and difficult, but a rewarding challenge. Snow shoeing is permitted on all single-track hiking and biking trails within the Levis/Trow Mound area. The trail system was designed for multiple use non-motorized recreation activities.
Winter use of the trail provides an excellent opportunity for wildlife viewing and tracking. Deer, fox, coyote and even a rare wolf from the Central Wisconsin pack, can be seen here. Exploring the sandstone outcroppings near the top of the mounds and within the forested valleys can be a great outdoor experience.
The Levis Mound Trail Center includes facilities such as trailhead with a warming shelter, water, bathrooms, maps and large parking area.
Snowshoers should be aware that some trails are steep.
Other trail and forest users may be present and snowshoeing is not recommended during the gun deer season.
Walking or snowshoeing on groomed cross-county ski trails is prohibited.
Snowshoeing is allowed on groomed single track trails and all non-groomed trails.
Dogs are not allowed on groomed cross-country ski trails.
Dogs must be on a leash not exceeding 8 feet in length and under immediate control.
Public buildings are off limits to pets.
Users snowshoeing are not charged a trail pass fee to use the trails.